The movie starts off in Rajamundhry, where Varun(Varun Sandesh) a happy go lucky guy loves Preethi(Haaskika) and tries to woo her always. Tired of his proposals, Preethi finally says yes to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Priyathama Neevachata Kushalama
The movie starts off in Rajamundhry, where Varun(Varun Sandesh) a happy go lucky guy loves Preethi(Haaskika) and tries to woo her always. Tired of his proposals, Preethi finally says yes to...
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Corinna O (mx) wrote: A must watch for anyone who loves movies
nico G (nl) wrote: Funny better than first
Manuel P (es) wrote: Slow paced with an unrealistic feeling of horror, Intriguing yes but nothing too thrilling or astonishing.
Robert L (fr) wrote: It was like watch a Master's thesis... Very Woody Allen-esk dialogue, but choppy in many places...
Graham S (fr) wrote: He killed some guys and ate their faces, while other unnecessary stuff happened. The end.
Anthony D (au) wrote: As an ex-percussionist, I find this film insulting. If you want a good representation of a drummer's life, go see Whiplash. Musical skill aside, the script isn't novel in any way other than a marching band gimmick.
bloody w (ag) wrote: one of the most if not the most underrated movie I've ever seen this film is a fantastic piece of cinema and the greatest movie of 2002 by far about a dad who will do anything to ensure his weak hearted son survives. denzel whasington once again delivers a Oscar award performance as usual. this movie is a tear jerking emotional.viewing a truly moving film
David H (mx) wrote: Hell of a Road Movie Such a Grotueske Road Trip through such a Strange, Beautiful & Mysterious Island i want to visit Island "How do do you like Iceland?" "Very strange Country"
Samantha S (es) wrote: supporting cast is better than the leads but I doubt I'd waste the time unless I was sick in bed and it was on cable.
Ben C (ru) wrote: Admittedly, the movie had bad acting (when everyone was in peril, it sounded like a dying animal of some kind), but to me, it translates to a horror movie with black-comedy in it. Even though I had to wait a whopping 45 minutes for all the mummies to arise and start their killing spree (spoiler alert), the bad acting, bizarre plot, and gore scenes headed by Frank Agrama proved to be a movie that I would watch on a Friday night regardless. That was how much I enjoyed it.
Lyndon G (us) wrote: A movie experiment that may convert you different ways several times as you watch. The actors look like 70s French guys in tents, the wood is too cleanly cut, long shots examine knights from behind as they clink and shamble away from the camera. I watched this twice in a row and by the second ending was very glad I had. I wouldn't so much call this minimalist (it is) as exotic and dry.
Jarkko H (ag) wrote: I have to say that in every movie series is even one of the black sheep, and in this case, Shrek Forever After is the black sheep. This time, all the characters from the fairy tale room in this part of Rumpelstiltskin (which is certainly not in appearance similar to the fairy tale). Humor is this time further back than in the previous films, the familiar green giant wants to live as before. The plot is a big stumbling block, and the end result is lackluster. This must therefore miss the three previous films, which were hilarious and much more to entertain you. This can not continue this saga in any way.
Ian R (es) wrote: This was a quirky and odd film, but not without an interesting story and its own drama. It really kept you guessing on what was going to happen next, with it's luckier-than-smart main characters. You can definitely see Tarantino elements in the film from his screenplay, but having a different director has the film play out so different in stylistic sense. It was a very intriguing film that I'm glad to have had a chance to see.
Alex S (ru) wrote: I was never a fan of comic books and graphic novels, so my lack of knowledge on the source material may sway my liking in favor of the movie, but Batman: The Killing Joke is an ambitious animated Batman movie that features, expectedly, great voice acting, mature undertones, and some truly thought-provoking moments.